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Professional Guidance Committee Weighs In on Impact of Notice of Suspension on Co-Counsel Agreement

Paul Kazaras, Esq. on 4/27/2016

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There are certain duties incumbent upon an attorney who has been suspended or disbarred. There is often a question as to whether such an attorney may refer out a case and receive a referral fee. As this Professional Guidance Opinion demonstrates, timing is everything as is a very close reading of the appropriate rules that govern such a situation. Click here to read Philadelphia Bar Association Professional Guidance Opinion 2016-1.

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